Evil spirits, demons, and witches may not be able to enter a church, but it doesn't look like it can protect you from the undead. Dracula is be flying through the windows of Union Chapel this Halloween, where he will be performing the starring role in his new eponymous musical. Written, composed, and directed by Gregory Motton, the playwright has remained very close to Stoker's novel, saying that 'my version, for example, includes the second part of the book which seems often to be left out.'
The Victorian Gothic style chapel makes the perfect atmosphere for this chilling musical, which will be performed on the 29th October at 6.30pm. Tickets are £20 or £15 for concessions.
Churches can't prevent aliens getting in either apparently, because on the 26th October a screening of The Thing will see extra-terrestrials possess the human race. Tickets are £13.50.
Finally, on the 31st October, composer Fabio Frizzi and his seven piece band will give a live performance of some of his most famous horror film scores, such as The Beyond, Zombie Flesh Eaters, and City Of The Living Dead. Tickets are £20 and the concert doors open at 7pm.